Well a great season league wise we were expected to finish 7th but we got on an awesome run at the begining, which catapulted us to the top of the league, we then built on that and kept going to win the title, we were in danger from mid season for a few months as we dropped points left right and centre, and we 90minutes away from getting pegged down to third. but we held off our challengers and made our way into the Northern League Division one.
In Season two again we made a good start before hitting the top after 4 games, we did slip to second but once we regained top spot after 11 games, and we didnt leave it, we did at one point have an 8 point lead and we looked unasailable for the title but it did get closer towards the end but a 1-1 draw with 2nd with only 3 games left sealed the title, we did have a stumble at the end though where the last three games ended up 1-1, but we have 2 consecutive promotions and i was completely shocked.
When we moved up into the Unibond Division one North i expected a lot tougher time and so did the media predicting us to finish 15th, but so far they have been wrong twice. but I originally thought was a good way to go, only to pick up some outstanding form and get lucky with players and injuries, But we suprisingly found ourselves comfortably in the play-off spots we did have a massive wobble towards the end and ithought we were going to take poor form into the play-offs but the last league game of the season where we won comfortably helped a great deal to give us the self belive to do well and win the play-offs and make our way into the Unibond North, only 3 promotions from the football league.
Predicted 17th but some astute buys saw us pushing for the top of the league from near the start, and we finally hit the top after 28 games and we managed to hang onto it at times we were hanging on by our fingernails as Spennymoor and Corby pushed us all the way but we eventually took the title with one game remaining in the season, winning the league was down in part to the amazing defence which conceded the least amount of goals all season we did score enough to be joint top scorers thanks to Ryan Noble (ex-sunderland player ) and Alex Robinson. we move onwards and upwards again but its going to take ALOT of wheeling and dealing to get this squad into shape for Blue Square football.